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Re: compiling non-us

Chris McKillop wrote:

> On Wed, Apr 26, 2000 at 02:18:19AM +0200, Bernard de Rubinat wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I read you look for people living outside the US to compile non-us arm
> > packages.
> >
>     Jim has been kind enough to send me over the scripts he has for
> building non-us.  I just have not had a chance to get it running.  I
> am expecting to have the time starting tomorrow (school is FINIALLY
> FINISHED FOREVER!!!) and I will have non-us being updated.

Congratulations!  (school)

>     If you want, I am building openssh/openssl right now.  I can
> make those debs avaliable (signed by me) tonight at..
>     http://warg.uwaterloo.ca/~cdmckill/debian/
> I expect it will be an hour or two before they are ready.  Check back
> if they aren't there often. :)


Keep in mind, kerberos4kth requires a patch to work on ARM and PPC (sent to this
list 3/1/00), though that patch has not been accepted by the maintainer (cc'd).
You need to apply the patch, run autoconf, and then debian/rules binary for it
to work.

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